Palm announced in its blog. This is for anyone under its “Real Reviewers” program.
There’s just one catch.
You need to be a U.S. Citizen.
I do not believe it will matter. Pre is coming in at a very badeconomic time. $199 or $249 (depending on the plan) is a bit much.Worse, Pre has 5 major competitors to contend with. All are much moreestablished. This latter point will make Palm Pre its initial launchless likely to be a success.
With Pre not even available, there are already rumors that Palm is releasing Pre successor: Palm Eos. Here’s the story.
Original Source: http://gizmodo.com/5234483/palm-eos-palms-tiny-webos-phone-is-super-skinny-and-att+bound
Right now everything is a rumor, but Palm is thought to be aiming at a more reasonable price point. $99 (after rebates).
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